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This dynamic duo is a win-win for both parties.  When a student feels safe, they are more likely to take steps, and eventually leaps and bounds with their reading. 


Horses also benefit.  They love picture books!  For instance, Pepper, a retired 29 year old horse, was transfixed with a giraffe in, Giraffes Can't Dance, and Romeo (an orphaned colt), loved looking at a little bunny in, Good Night, Bunny.  In fact, when I tried to turn the page, he neighed as if to say "Hey!  I like that page."  Experiences like these provide not only social and mental stimulation, but also an overall sense of well-being for horses who often languish in their stalls all day.    

Lisa would be happy to come out and READ to your horses for both social and mental stimulation.

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